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making news in america this morning, debate day. the stage set for the next gop face-off. donald trump taking new jabs overnight criticizing ben carson. we're live in washington. sweeping changes at the university of missouri. two top leaders stepping down after weeks of demonstrations. the racial tensions at a boiling point. so what's next for the university? doping scandal. one of the top medal winning countries accused of sanctioning steroid use facing a ban from the next olympics. a skier losing control cartwheeling more than a quarter mile down a mountain. hi, everyone. we do say good tuesday morning to you. we'll get started with the
battle for the republican nomination. another opportunity tonight for the presidential hopefuls to make their case to the country. >> the eight highest polling candidates will face off in debate number four on this stage in milwaukee tonight as questions swirl about carson's stories of a troubled past. it's "your voice, your vote." abc's stephanie ramos has a preview from washington. good morning to you, stephanie. >> reporter: good morning to you, reena and kendis. live from milwaukee this time for donald trump and the rest of the field. the candidates who averaged at least 2 1/2% in the polls will be on the main stage tonight. >> the next president of the united states, donald trump. >> reporter: a rock star welcome for gop white house hopeful donald trump in front of a pumped up crowd at a rally in springfield, illinois. trump taking jabs at his opponent and slamming ben carson. >> if you try to hit your mother over the head with a hammer, your poll numbers go up.
>> reporter: the latest national poll shows trump and carson are practically tied followed by marco rubio, ted cruz and jeb bush which means trump will share center stage with carson at the fourth presidential debate tonight. >> i have never seen this before. >> reporter: in the last week carson calling himself the victim of a media witchhunt. >> you're asking me about something that occurred 50 years ago and you expect me to have the details on that. >> reporter: carson will likely face tough questions tonight after a week's worth of stories sent him into defense mode over claims in his autobiography he was offered a description to west point and had a violent youth. presidential contender marco rubio says he knows everything he needs to know about his competition, ben carson. >> ben carson story. like mine would only be possible in a great country like america. >> reporter: the debate is scheduled to last two hours. a few changes have been made to the format since the last debate which was called a disaster by
the rny. candidates will not make opening statements but will have more time to make arguments. reena and kendis, back to you. >> another network is taking over the realms of that donald trump tonight, stephanie ramos in washington, thank you. well, later on "good morning america," donald trump talks about his predictions for tonight's debris and join us tomorrow on "america this morning" for our analysis. resignations at the university of missouri triggered by student protests, a hunger strike and a show of solidarity by the football team. the university president stepping down under pressure accused of being indifferent to complaints of growing racial tensions. and the school's chancellor gave up his position for a less prominent role. with more here's abc's alex perez. >> reporte try triumph.
going on strike vowing no more games until tim wolfe resigned. tensions on this predominantly white campus bubbling and the student body president payton head posting on facebook someone continuously screamed the "n" word at him. a swastika found in the bathroom and demonstrators said wolfe wasn't quick enough to condemn them. jonathan butler going on a hunger strike. tensions flaring friday night after wolfe had this to say when asked by students to define systemic oppression. a student tweeting video to news organizations. >> systemic oppression is because you don't believe that you have the equal opportunity for success. >> did you just blame us. >> reporter: wolfe admitting racism does exist at our university. i am sorry this is the case. alex perez, abc news, columbia, missouri. tracking a storm system that will mess with air travel on the east coast. the radar shows the southeast finally drying out but the rain
front reaching into the mid-atlantic states closing in on new york city. some areas will get as much as 2 inches, gusty winds will come with it, as well. across the country, heavy snow overnight in reno, nevada, promises a tough commute. by 8:30 last night 8 inches had fallen. four inches in just one hour. below freezing temperatures overnight could make for icy road, as well. as accuweather meteorologist cam tran explains this storm is getting stronger. good morning to you, cam. >> good morning, reena and kendis. we have this storm system that will bring in widespread snowfall across the inner mountain west. as it shifts off to the east it will strengthen and intensify looking at blizzard condition as cross eastern colorado as we head into tuesday night into wednesday morning so making that travel pretty temperous along i-70. then the storm system will press off to the east bringing the threat of severe weather across the midwest from des moines down to little rock as we head into wednesday afternoon into wednesday night. back to you, reena and kendis.
>> cam, thank you. terrorism does not appear to be a motive in the death of two americans in jordan. it looks like the shooter got into an argument with one of the american trainers. it all escalated and he opened fire. the shooter was then killed by troops. the american victim worked for a private military contractor. the investigation in the meantime, into the crash of the russian passenger jet in egypt is increasingly pointing to an inside job. surveillance tape at the sharm el sheikh airport is being scrutinized for someone with access who may have placed a bomb in the hold of that plane. investigators are also combing through employee records looking for a ramp worker who may have been recruited by isis. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu continues his u.s. visit after a high-profile stop at the white house. it was the first face-to-face meeting between netanyahu and obama since tensions arose over the iran nuclear deal. the two leaders appeared to
brush aside those tensions when president obama called the disagreement, quote, a narrow issue. and president obama has a new facebook page. there he is. it's been up for less than a day and has already more than 500,000 likes. a video posted on it shows the president walking around the south lawn of the white house and talking about his work fighting climate change. i guess it's helpful to be the president if you want to get as many fans on facebook. >> i'm sure he has lots of likes, lots of friends and can you imagine his status updates. chilling in the oval office. still ahead. the major change coming to seaworld and its, ka shows. a driver ramming a police car after a chase. the officer opening fire. and rude awakening. a couple hears a middle of the night knock at the door and
you're looking at the rescue of a 23-year-old hiker in southern california. she was stranded on that steep slope right there without a working cell phone for two days. she ended up there after taking a wrong trail and becoming lost. she was taken to a hospital for treatment. the university of virginia fraternity that was the focus of a debunked "rolling stone" article about rape is suing the magazine for $25 million. the defamation lawsuit is the third against the magazine for tear thor about i auva freshman who claimed she was gang raped at a party at the fraternity. the details proved not to be true. chipotle restaurants in oregon and washington could re-open. they found no link between the restaurant and a recent e. coli outbreak that made more than 40 people sick. chipotle agreed to give all 43 of the restaurants a deep cleaning before they open again.
in response to its emissions scandal volkswagen is offering what it calls a goodwill package to car owners. the company gave them a thousand dollars this gift cards and vouchers as a first step toward regaining their trust. more than 480,000 owners will receive the offer. their cars have software used to trick emissions tests. vw is working on a fix for those vehicles. nordstrom is taking a stand against christmas creep. that earlier start to christmas shopping. its stores will not be open on thanksgiving day and there will be no christmas decorations in stores until the day after. according to nordstrom's, they like the idea of celebrating one holiday at a time. >> a lot support that. >> veterans day tomorrow. when we come back, massive doping scandal calls for an entire country to be banned from the 2016 olympic games after an explosive report about a state sponsored steroid program. plus, stroke and heart
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that western snow could be trouble for the morning commute and rain could slow you down in the mid-atlantic states, as well. if you're flying airport delays possible in salt lake city, denver, washington, philadelphia, new york city and boston. new details in the attack on a texas state judge. a person of interest now being questioned. >> judge julie ckosarec. investigators believe she was targeted in retaliation for a case over which she presided. the person of interest arrested on an unrelated charge in houston. the judge is expected to be okay. in the meantime, getting stunning new details about the police shooting in louisiana that left a 6-year-old boy dead. an attorney for the boy's father says a police body camera shows the dad with his hands up posing no threat when officers opened fire. jeremy mardis was buried yesterday. his dad remains in the hospital and couldn't attend the funeral. the two officers involved are
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>> ♪ >> good morning i'm tamala edwards. next up on "action news" this morning, get ready for a wet commute. the rain is here. so, dave murphy will be tracking it for you through the morning in accuweather. a mistake at the pump causes fire to consume a temple university police car. look at that. developing this morning, a deadly police-involved shooting on the campus of a south carolina college. why the officer said he had to fire. those stories and more. karen rogers is here to help you get around accidents on those wet roads all next here on "action news" this morning. >> ♪ the country. and finally this morning things getting serious on abc's "dancing with the stars." five couples still in the running for the coveted mirrorball trophy. >> last night's elimination was emotional as any we've seen
before. kabc's george pennacchio was there. >> this is awful. this is so awful. >> just let them have it. >> reporter: alexa and carlos penavega keeping each other calm before one would be going home. >> alexa and mark. >> reporter: the show said good-bye to alexa splitting up the married couple who loved doing the show together. >> we wanted to have this journey together and i kept telling him, baby, you got to keep going and he's just like i want to do it with you and just hearing him cry and it's just hard. >> reporter: we did this to do it together and, you know, the fact that she's gone, i mean, she wants to be here so badly and it just breaks my heart. >> i didn't expect it to be that bad. i mean that was so brutal standing there next to carlos and hearing him sobbing for his wife, it just broke me. >> reporter: that wasn't the night's only drama. during dress rehearsal tamar braxton was rushed off to the er. the rules of the show allows the
dress rehearsal footage to be scored so that happen. if tamar didn't make it back she'd be out. she got back minutes before. >> i was proud she was able to rise to the occasion and make it from the hospital and give us another shot. >> reporter: she danced with pneumonia. >> she danced with pneumonia with her eyes closed like barely like -- i mean i don't want to sound dramatic but she was barely standing up. >> i said to her before we danced that group number she's my wonder woman because i can't believe the strength ha it must have taken for her to dig that deep to come here and fight to not be disqualified. >> reporter: next week on to the semifinals when bindi, nick, carlos, tamar and alek battle it out. george pennacchio, abc news. >> should point out alexa and mark will be on "gma" this morning in new york. that's what's making news in america this morning. >> as we mentioned stay tuned for "good morning a
>> ♪ >> "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with matt o'donnell, tamala edwards, karen rogers and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ >> good morning. here's what's happening on this tuesday november 10th. >> sky6 shows the rain is here and it is heavy in some spots. accuweather is tracking it for your morning commute. >> police in northampton county have made an arrest in the hit and run that killed a nine-year-old boy. >> investigator released more details on couple that was found shot and killed in an suv in fairmount park. >> let's go back to talking about that rain and head on over to dave murphy. he's got accuweather and karen rogers is helping you out with traffic. good morning. >> rain has been coming up from the south for the last couple hours and it is getting most of our roads wet. we're seeing some areas